During a recent address at the Napa Institute in California, Philadelphia’s Archbishop Charles J. Chaput set the record straight about Pope Francis, saying that words like “liberal” and “conservative” to describe him are not only meaningless in a Catholic sense but divisive as well. Read the rest…
The families of two American missionaries serving in West Africa amidst the historic outbreak of the Ebola virus are asking for prayers for their loved ones who have contracted the deadly disease and are now fighting for their own lives.
The family of Miriam Ibrahim, the Sudanese Christian mother who was sentenced to death and spent nine long months in prison because of her faith, has announced that they plan to relocate to the United States and take up residency in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Iraqi Christians from around the world staged rallies this weekend pleading for help against the encroachment of Islamic Jihadists with hundreds gathering in the streets outside the White House chanting, “Obama, Obama, where are you? Iraqi Christians call for you!”
Departing from his prepared text for yesterday’s Angelus address, Pope Francis issued an impassioned plea to the leaders of the Middle East, Iraq and Ukraine to stop the wars that are enveloping those regions.
The Lion’s Heart is a new novel by Dena Hunt (Treason) that portrays a romance between a homosexual and a married man that depicts the raw truth about homosexual love and illustrates the profound wisdom of Church teaching on the meaning of sexuality and human love.
The Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN) announced yesterday that it will begin construction of its first West Coast production facility in the former Crystal Cathedral, which is just outside of Disneyland in California.
Women across America are reacting with outrage to the newly released trailer for the upcoming Fifty Shades of Grey movie which romanticizes and normalizes sexual violence and the degradation of women.
The Obama Administration has announced that it is planning to revise a problematic rule requiring religious employers who wish to be exempt from providing contraceptive coverage to file paperwork with health insurance companies, but skeptics are taking a “wait and see” attitude toward the announcement.
Miriam Ibrahim, the Sudanese Christian mother of two who was sentenced to death for apostasy and was detained by the government after the sentence was overturned, has finally left the country and arrived in Rome today where she was blessed by Pope Francis.